Japanese Artist Uses Wool Felt To Make A Giant, Super-Realistic, Cat Mask

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Needle-felting master Housetu Sato is, apparently, a cat person. An instructor at the Japanese School of Wool Art, Sato and his students recently created this giant, super-realistic #cat mask out of sheep’s wool felt. The mask is part of an exhibit that will be on display at the Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum April 18-23, 2015.


Although this large cat mask looks a tad creepy, I don’t think I would mind having one just laying around the house. Think about it…if a solicitor comes to the door, you could totally wear this thing when you answer the door. You could wake up your children in the morning wearing this massive feline head too! The skies the limit on the fun you could have with this thing!







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